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. on the other side of capitol hill on tuesday, house budget chairman paul ryan released a budget that he believes can get 218 republican votes, and that's it. >> the election didn't go our way. believe me, i know what that feels like. that means we surrender our principles? that means we stop believing in what we believe in? we need to put out our vision. we think we owe the country a balanced budget. >> remember, ryan's budget cuts $4.6 trillion in spending, including $2.7 trillion in health care cuts, produces no new tax revenue. but ryan also has acknowledged, this is not where the two parties are likely to end up. >> just ask a person who's watching this show, who's in business, do you start with your last offer first in a negotiation? no, of course not. we each pass our budgets, which is very important, because it creates a vehicle that we can go to conference with. so we actually have the budget process being a revived. then we start talking. then we start looking for common ground. i don't think patty's budget gives a lot of troroom for look for that common ground, but this is whe
. if that is the position and we are probably not going to be able to get a deal. lou: congressman paul ryan, the author of the republican budget calling the president'sur reach effort, if that's what it is, and fiscal wishes not terribly charming. the president also claiming dung that interview with abc that the white house did not order the controversial closure of white house tours. that is the statement that his own press secretary disputed just hours later. >> the secret service made the decision about its budget and to withdraw personnel from to worse . cancel the taurus. it is our job to cancel the taurus. they cannot cancel them. because this is not a tour of the secret service building but tour of the white house and grounds. we run the taurus and the invitations and process. so the white house, as we said, canceled the taurus. lou: the white house canceled the taurus. meanwhile, the president not only disputing the existenceeof a debt crisis, president obama used to sequester gusty -- sequester cutso claim his administration has already made enough cuts to get the deficit under control, the ve
. in an interview with abc news, the president slammed paul ryan's insistence on deep, drastic spending cuts saying we don't have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. in fact for the next ten years, it's going to be in a sustainable place. the question is, can we do it smarter, can we do it better? if the only goal of a budget was to make it as small as possible, congressman paul ryan would be your man. his budget reduces the deficit by an additional $2.75 trillion compared to senator patty murray's plan. but the race to a budget is not the goal of a budget. foumtly a budget is a reflection of your core values, and which investments you believe are necessary. to those who say government should treat its budgets the way households do, it's important to point out that a family's budget works the same way. parents don't pull their kids out of school or deliberately starve themselves or stop going to the doctor for the singular doing mattic purpose of spending as little as possible. and taking out kretic is both part of american culture and key to growing the economy. for instance, 71% of americans ta
because i thought he was too moderate. and you, you probably think paul ryan is something other than a charlotteton. i think you are bat [ censor bleep ] crazy. but may i suggest to you a sort of bipartisan coming together. >> oh. >> stephanie: oh, i'm sorry, this isn't an attempt to strike a grand bargain. i have just heard that sex with someone you actively dislike can be a lot of fun. i'll even offer an olive branch and buy you a drink first. we can have an argument before we get down to business. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that's my pickup line, in town for cpac let's [ censor bleep ]. >> and i love how he says i'm on the green line. >> stephanie: bill in albany is loving our downward spiral to vacation. >> caller: i was just going to say the same thing, how much i enjoy this week before vacation and the downward spiral that it becomes. it's the best. >> stephanie: bill, really historically the hour right before vacation, really it's like a scrabble board exploded. yeah. >> caller: it degenerates into fart jokes and mensa meetings and all of the other crazy stu
: the house budget committee chairman paul ryan says he thinks president's trip to capitol hill to meet with republicans is a good start but he thinks the bipartisan spirit needs to last through summer at least if any problems are going solved. >> gregg: a lot has been said about the approaching $17 trillion in debt. how much of that debt factoring into the negotiations if f at all? >> reporter: a little bit. we got one text from dick durbin what the president meant when he said there is no immediate debt prices. >> we need to put americans back to work. that is our first priority. deficit reduction is second priority and one is coupled with economic growth. so i think we can do both. make sure we have deficit reduction but don't cut too much too fast. >> reporter: the speaker boehner says known the national debt will reach crisis level but because of that uncertainty action should be taken now before it is too late. >> gregg: the president said it was $9 trillion as the crisis and now he says it is not even though it's approaching $17 trillion. >> heather: new reaction to a guilty verd
the president obama as he responds to congressman paul ryan's plan to balance the budget in ten years. we still have not seen the president's budget. that was due last month. we remember that an extension was requested but he tells abc news that the congressman, congressman ryan, and he, have very different goals when it comes to the economy. listen to this. >> my goal is not to chase a balanced budget just for the sake of balance. my goal is how do we grow the economy, put people back to work, and if we do that, we're going to be bringing in more revenue. martha: stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. what do you think about that statement? he says you shouldn't just chase a balanced budget just for the sake of being able to say it is balanced? >> i think the president was spelling out his priority and his priority is not balancing the budget for the sake of balancing the budget. his priority is growth by spending more government money. that i think is his priority. and as you said, martha, that is in sharp contrast to paul ryan who is deliberately going after d
does matter. but economic growth matters too. now, i had paul ryan on the program last night with his budget. he wants corporate tax reform as a pro growth measure. today at the business roundtable with the ceos, i ran a panel. you know what they were talking about? corporate tax reform as the single best pro growth measure. are we going get that out. house? can you all put some pressure on the president who sometimes says he's in favor of corporate tax reform? that would grow the economy and help solve the debt problem. >> larry, he actually said that when he came to meet with the house republicans today because dave camp raised this issue. mr. president there are some areas where we have common ground can we move forward on that. he mentioned the corporate tax rate to which the president said i agree the corporate tax rate is too high, we should lower it, make it flatter, fairer, that's something we can agree on and he said we have about a nine month window here, envelope he thought in order to make something like that happen. dave said let's do it now. the president said we can't d
't even pay taxes. republicans are already blasting the plan. they support congressman paul ryan's budget proposal which seeks to balance a budget without any new taxes, only spending cuts. it also calls for repealing president obama's healthcare overhaul, something that democrats say, well, frankly, it can't happen. mike emanuel with the news live on capitol hill tonight. it was the democrat's turn. what did they say. >> the white house put out a statement concrete plan boost the economy and reduce deficits. today the chairman of the senate budget committee made her pitch. >> our budget reflects the pro-growth, pro-middle class agenda that the american people went to the polls of in support of in the last election. and i believe it is is a strong and responsible vision for building a foundation for growth and restoring the promise of american opportunity. >> though senator murray and white house like it not clear how senate democrats up for re-election 2014 will feel about voting on another 1 trillion-dollar tax increase. shep? >> shepard: we heard today from com ryan. he is contrasting
. and the other problem with patty murray's budge the, it never gets to balance. and paul ryan's budge net ten years, a fundamental difference with the kind of debt we as a nation continue to have. i was traveling around wyoming. we go to schools and students know we continue to borrow a lot of money every day just to stay ahead and a lot of the we're borrowing from china. >> paul ryan's budget balances in ten years because of the big chunk in the middle is killing obama care, which people have said i think recentasonably is going to happen. sure, it balances, but it's not going to happen. >> paul ryan's budget balances and spending increases every year under paul ryan's budget, it just doesn't increase as fast as the democrat's budget. the federal reserve came out with a report that talks about the impact of the health care law on the economy and on jobs. and it is hurting jobs. this is the federal reserve in their monthly report. talking about the bad impact of the health care law, because of the consequences within the law so businesses, due to the uncertainty, aren't hiring. when they do h
spending up to near 25% of gdp. paul ryan in his proposal down to 19 1/2% over ten years. the gap between what barack obama is willing to do and what the republicans want to do is enormous. these are huge numbers and the idea that obama is going to do a compromise with them in the space in between i think is very unlikely, paul. >> paul: the other thing the president said this week that was interesting to republicans is, you need me, you need me to be able to sell and reform of medicare and medicaid and giant programs to democrats. they'll never go along with it otherwise. is he right about that? >> look, if he's right or he's wrong, he shouldn't say it. one shouldn't say those taunting things to a group one is trying to do negotiation with. and to dan's point, one of the problems i think that the president has had in the polls is that he seems very often now not to be telling the truth. and in ways that are apparent to the american people. terrible things will happen with the sequester, nothing bad happens. well, we are going to cancel white house tours. oh, by the way, i didn't cancel t
have a big pontiff. jorge bergoglio is now the next pope. paul ryan made news with an unveiling of his own. as house budge chairman, he proposed a budget for fiscal year 2014. in theory, lowering taxes and repealing the affordable health care act. it's the same paul ryan budget that paul ryan has been promoting for years. that frustration may have led him to dismiss patty murray's counter. he said if you read the senate bill you will find that the vatican is not the only place blowing smoke this week. >>> also making headlines with a more cordial attitude, president obama continued his charm offensive in hopes of reaching a deal and ending the sequester that is now in the sec week. we'll have to wait and see if the efforts reveal any sults. it's understandable if you missed this news item. on monday in chicago, as a young father changed the diaper of his 6-month-old baby girl on the seat of a mini van, a gunman opened fire. the young father, jonathan watkins was hit three times as he witnessed a bullet tear through the body of his daughter who later died. watkins was released from the
chairman paul ryan, well said. let me repeat this. house budget chairman, paul ryan, well said. >> this, to us, is something we're not going to give up on because we're not going to give up on destroying the health care system for the american people. >>> back to "hardball." if you had to rattle off a quick summary of the job of the supreme court, you'd go with it determines whether laws are constitutional, right? we turn to oklahoma republican congressman, jim bridenstein. he's not convinced thanks to a certain health care rule. >> the supreme court rules on something doesn't necessarily mean that that's constitutional. what that means is that that's what they decided on that particular day given the makeup of the court on that particular day. and the left in this country has done an extraordinary job of stacking the courts in their favor. i hear this all the time from republicans. you know, they say that the court is the arbitrator, and after the arbitration is done, that's the rules that we have to live under then we can go forth and make legislation given those rules. that's not the
don't do is what paul ryan wants to do, to do away with obamacare, to do away with all kind of other things. and turn medicare to vouchers. i mean this guy is off the walls. >> dana: don't forget the part he wants old people to eat cat food. did you read that part in the budget? >> brian: here is thing. you a political guy. you should know this. the president could use republicans as his wedge against democrats who won't touch entitlement. use it as a strategy. guys, it's not my fault. the republicans got a voice in this. this is part of the deal to use them to knock the entitl entitlement. >> dana: all right. when we come back. shepard smith is live in rome with more on the election of pope francis. stay with us. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new ss told him two ings -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef before opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find se good people to help guide
. chu: $2,000, $2,000 is what you will lose if the republican paul ryan budget goes through. what does $2,000 mean to you? for a single mom, it could mean the difference between feeding her family or seeing her kids go hungry. for hardworking americans, it could mean the car payment or gas money or prescription drug money that you need to pay each and every month. but to the g.o.p. $2,000 is the amount they are taxing middle-class families in their quote-unquote new budget, the paul ryan bument. but not everybody has -- paul ryan budget. but not everybody has to pay more. the truth is in this budget if you're oil corporation corporation or taking jobs overseas or a yacht owner, you have nothing to fear with the g.o.p. budget. your lifestyle is totally secure. once again, working families will pay more so the rich can pay less. for the sake of middle-class americans, we must oppose the ryan budget. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objec
with the system hike this. the president has the power to do that, and the capitol. >> paul ryan says that after the meeting that the president did himself some good. we don't know what got said that did him some good here, but i suspect what is hopefully going to happen -- i mean from both side is we'll get some of the revenue, increased revenue in shutting down loopholes and corporate tax breaks that the president and democrats in the senate want, and i think as a compromise you're going to see some changes in those programs, whether democrats on the left like it or not or republicans on the right that don't want any taxes like it or not, there is going to have to be a compromise here to get to that 4 trillion. that's what this charm offensive and all these meetings is really about, jon. jon: joe trippi we will continue to watch it as the charm offensive and the negotiating goes on. thank you for your insight. >> thanks, jon. jenna: just a month after a power failure stranded that cruise liner at sea some new troubles today aboard another carnival ship. what passengers are telling us, we are l
, meeting with the president on the budget issues, as they try to hammer something out, the day after paul ryan came out with his budget blueprint. so we may hear from him as well, in addition finding out who the new pope is. >> let's go back to our market discussion. larry, you heard what ed just said. it sounds like you disagree with that. you think there's some value in this market. >> absolutely. i love the way larry put it. the passover rally. but one of the things that larry said is spot-on. in terms of technical evaluation, we're probably getting up against a resistance level, where we might not see us break through that, so we could start to see the market come back down a little bit in the short run. but you said, not a lot of value. baa that is exactly the point. there is a lot of value in this market. i actually think stocks are very inexpensive relative to expected earnings. when you look at stock prices, you look at it from a fundamental evaluation or a technical evaluation. fundamentally, stocks are cheap interest rates are low, and there's no reason for this market to pull b
is on capitol hill, martha. martha: it works both ways, mike. democrats clearly do not like the paul ryan house republican budget proposal. so what is their approach? >> reporter: well they are saying essentially that paul ryan is too extreme harsh. they continue calling for new tax revenue which we see in the patty murray budget blueprint. on budgetary issues, president obama talking to supporters last night sounded upbeat. >> when it comes to issues of the budget we've made progress in making sure that those at the very top are paying a greater share of what is required to run a government, fund base being research, move education forward. and so we've seen some progress. >> reporter: day three in a row, president obama coming to capitol hill today to meet with senate republicans and house democrats. democrats not liking so much some of the offers that he it making for a big deal and republicans want him to give up the idea of new taxes, martha. martha: boy, here we go. mike, thank you very much. bill: in meantime the 1st of april is the deadline for the senate to present a budget resolution
's not going to get us very far. >> reporter: some republicans, such as house budget chair paul ryan, on msnbc today, also questioned whether the meetings with lawmakers are just for show. >> the question is, is he going was the so-called charm offensive a temporary, you know, poll-driven political calculation, or was it a sincere conversion to try and bring people together and start communicating? >> reporter: other republicans expressed more optimism about the talks and about the larger process of compromise. >> there are going to be places we are going to disagree, and he recognizes that we recognize it, but that doesn't mean that we can't find places where as he would say where there is overlap and try to do those things and so it was encouraging, i was glad to have him come. >> reporter: for now, house republicans are going ahead with ryan's budget proposal, unveiled yesterday, to balance the federal ledger by 2023, relying heavily on spending cuts and entitlement reforms. democrats in the senate are pushing their own plan, a 50-50 mix of spending cuts and higher tax revenues. neither pla
to hear what congressman paul ryan's reaction to this new pope is given the way the catholic church responded last year to his budget. that being said, and we can't have a reaction yet from him, what is the greatest challenge that this pope faces? >> i think he has two obvious challenges. one is to address publicly and forcefully the sexual abuse scandal in this country. and throughout the world, actually. but in this country specifically. >> because i come from britain where, of course, there were multiple scandals. >> and ireland. >> indeed. >> so he's got to address that publicly. something that neither of the past two popes really did. i think that's essential. i think the other essential thing from everything you read and everything that's been reported and everything that you hear from members of the clergy, he's got to get his hands around the management aspect of the vatican. the secrecy that shrouds so many aspects. >> its governance? >> its governance. the government nance of the bank. the vatican itself. it's been run by a handful of men for too many years with the window
and poverty stays at a very high level. >> with a do you say to those who call both the paul ryan house republican budget and the democratic budget political documents that have no chance of passing? that they're not serious? is that a fair comparison to make between these two budgets? >> i wouldn't phrase it that way. i mean, what we are seeing right now is a major ideological. what ryan is about is saying, that we are not going to raise a nickel more in revenue. in fact, we're going to lower tax breaks for the wealthiest people in the country and we are going to make devastating cuts for working families already suffering in the midst of a recession. what we are trying to do, and i would go farther than patty murray. to say we have 14% of our people who are unemployed. if you look at unemployment in a real way. we've got to create jobs. we're putting $100 billion into rebuilding our infrastructure. create jobs. deal with youth unemployment. and second of all, it is insane to simply talk about cut, cut, cut, when you got the wealthiest people and large corporations doing phenomenally w
of the american people. >> except paul ryan who also loves to repeal the affordable care act. >> right. but for the republican party, particularly for the conservative wing of the republican party, obama care, the fordable care act is not settled business. no matter what the supreme court says, no matter what congress says. remember, congress has tried more than 30 times to repeal the affordable care act to no avail. >> 32 times. krystal, are they wishing to relitigate, perhaps, the last election as well? >> i think they've got nowhere else to go. i really think they have no other idea and they have to fall back on the thing they've been saying for the past four years. >> wow. jonathan capehart and krystal ball, thank you both. >> thanks, martin. >> thanks so much to you for watching on a historic day. chris matthews, of course, will pick things up right now. >>> hope for the pope. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with the election of a new pope. it brings with it a great hope and not just for catholics. it pro promises a p
with the republican senators and lunch with paul ryan and yesterday going over has said that he doesn't believe that the republicans clearly understood what he had on the table. because as the republicans continue to say if the president would present us with a budget and his view of entitlement cuts, then we could have a serious discussion and he has not done that. the president seems to suggests he understood that they clearly did not get what he had said before. >> i think that there's something to that. i'm struck when i meet people who say the president doesn't have a plan. >> rose: so why do you think that is? serious well meaning people don't believe the president has a plan. >> it's a mystery to me. you could go write on the whitehouse web page and find offers for the cpi, the medicare reforms, loopholes that we would close. i don't know, but -- >> rose: that's the plan you're talking about then. that's the president's complete plan. is it negotiable? >> the president has never said my way or the highway. he's looking for a solution adamist. what he has said he wants to balance the ap
. no household can run that way. >> let me challenge you on this point, because here is paul ryan this week, and he laid out very clearly what he thought the job was. let me play that. >> we think we owe the country a balanced budget. we think we owe the country solutions to the big problems that are plaguing our nation -- a debt crisis on the horizon, a slow-growing economy. people trapped in poverty. we're showing our answers. >> right, but the answers rely on $700 billion in savings from interest. most of the deficit reduction comes from repealing the president's health care reform, which nobody thinks is going to happen. so how seriously should this be viewed as a roadmap for a balanced budget? >> it should be very serious, because budgets -- >> you're not going to repeal obama care. >> budgets are blue prints and priorities. we lay out. we think obama care should be repealed. the majority of americans agree with us, but we also think tax reform should happen so you can grow the economy. if you allow these debts to continue to grow, they crowd out the private sector, crowd out the oppor
." the meeting followed the release of the republicans' 2014 budget by paul ryan. his plan would balance the budget in 10 years through major cuts to social programs, including the repeal president obama's healthcare law. president obama said a difference with republicans may be too wide to reach a deal. it may ultimately be the differences are just too wide, if their position is we cannot to any revenue or we can only do revenue if we get medicare or social security or gut medicaid. if that is the position, we probably will not get a deal. >> president of a mess, it's also, senate democrats released 'seir 14 -- president obama comments also came as senate democrats released their 2014 budget. colorado state lawmakers have given final approval to some of the toughest gun control laws in the country. the measures include a limit on ammunition magazines to 15 rounds, forcing gun buyers to pay for background checks, a requirement that domestic abusers surrender their guns, and a ban on obtaining concealed-carry permits online. the democratic governor has pledged to sign the measures in the
saw from paul ryan. congressman, thank to all of our friends from vermont. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." ♪ compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. ♪ >> announcer: chatting with you live at current.com/billpress. this is the "bill press show." live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: here we go thirty-three minutes after the hour here on the "full court press." this busy thursday busy day for president obama for sure. he comes up to the hill and he will sit down with the house republicans and then to cleanse his palate he will go over and meet with the house democrats back on friendly -- friendly territory. keith ellison from minnesota here in studio with us. congressman i want to hear more about the
. just one day after the house budget committee approved paul ryan's blueprint plan which would balance the budget in a decade. patty murray released a plan which would cut annual deficits, but leave the country with a $566 billion shortfall after ten years. this while that back and forth continues on another issue, the white house tours. who exactly is to blame? the president said during an interview, it wasn't up to him. and inconsistent response from that of its press secretary, jay carney. >> you know, i have to say, this was not a decision that went up to the white house, but what the secret service explained to us was that they're going to have to furlough some folks. >> we had to cancel the tours. it's our job to cancel the tours. they can not cancel them. so because this is not a tour of the secret service building. it's a tour of the white house and the grounds. we run the tours. >> raising eyebrows is the president's comments during an interview where he said the u.s. debt, which is inching closer and closer to 17 trillion, is, quote, not an immediate crisis. republican senat
the here and now. paul ryan just released his budget. do you support it? >> i do support paul ryan's budget. it is a comprehensive plan to address the growing unfunded liabilities of the entitlement programs at the federal level. so that we can save the safety net for those who need it. and that we can bring the budget into balance and grow the economy. that's the essence of what the plan is about. >> mr. leader, in order to achieve that balance, to balance the budget, it also assumes that $600 billion in tax increases that you opposed in january. >> well, i mean, unfortunately, we have, in fact, after the last election, a situation where the status quo of the president there, the democratic controlled senate and the republican house, that those tax increases were something that the president supported. but i can tell you, if you look at the alternative vision coming out of the senate, there really is a two separate visions of the way this country ought to go. on the one hand, we have the house budget that is -- promotes a balance within ten years, that can grow our economy. and that you ca
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>> two minutes till the top of the hour. today is day two of cpac. jeb bush and paul ryan are among today's speakers. >>> the u.s. will deploy additional ground base interceptor this coming with disagreement with north korea. >>> a nevada lawmakers expected to introduce a bill today to make the possession of marijuana legal. nevada is now the sixth state to consider recreational use. >>> two minutes till the top of the hour. time for the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. taco bell's dorito tacos are so popular they created additional jobs. >> next the bad: that is the correct spelling, but judges at a california spelling bee said it was wrong. the girl was eliminated but the next day the judges realized their mistake and moved her on in the spelling bee. >> the ugly: a seasoned sky diver spins out of control hitting the ground 30 miles per hour. luckily he does survive. he was attempting a new stunt but the parachute didn't cooperate. he did make it out alive with just a few bumps and bruises. >>> time for your brew on this question of the day responses. earlier we told
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